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  About the Author
 Allison B. Coffin
Department of Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience
14204 NE Salmon Creek Avenue Washington State University Vancouver Vancouver, Washington 98686, USA
Allison B. Coffin is an associate professor of neuroscience at Washington State University Vancouver, Vancouver. Her research interests include cell signaling regulation of hearing loss and regeneration and hormonal modulation of auditory plasticity. She earned her BS in marine biology at Florida Tech, Melbourne; her MS in fisheries at the University of Minnesota, St. Paul; and her PhD in biology at the University of Mary- land, College Park. She is the coeditor in chief of the Springer Handbook of Auditory Research series and a passionate sci- ence communicator and communication trainer. In 2017, she cofounded Science Talk, the science communication profes- sional society, where she serves as the president.
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